Actually I don't have another VC on the radar right now. To explain, I'm an ophthalmologist and perform several injections a day. Part of the routine is timing 5 minutes to make sure the patient's eye is fully anesthetized. So I think I'm one of the few who use and need the chronograph complication daily. So work and aesthetics are the two reasons I'm a chrono-only guy. My current preferences are an automatic chronograph with a date. My previous watches do include a Daytona, Speedmaster 9300, Navitimer 01 LE, Seamaster 300, and IWC Portuguese so I've had some great chronographs. I found I really want a date since I'm always signing something, so got rid of my Daytona and Portuguese. Then when I got my black-dialed AP ROC, I found that I was consistently picking it to wear over my Omegas and Breitling so they had to go. So I wanted something in the same range as the AP but with a light dial. I thought about a ROO, JLC Master Chronograph, IWC Portuguese Chrono Classic, and the VC Overseas. The Offshore was just too big and I didn't necessarily want a second AP. The JLC and IWC are nice but in some ways kind of plain with the light dial. So that left the VC and we all know how that ended! I scoured TimeZone, Rolex Forums, PuristSPro, Chrono24, and the likes. This past week I found what I had been waiting for at a fantastic price. I had to jump and buy it. Now I'll probably sell the Tudor too (after all if I want a silver dialed watch on a bracelet I'm picking the VC - no contest!). But as for a second VC, the only ones that fits all criteria are the Patrimony Chrono perpetual 47292 which seems about 100k over my budget and the Malte which isn't my style.